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Utility Furniture in the best bedroom of a prefabricated US House in the grounds of the Tate Gallery, Bulinga Street, Millbank, City of Westminster, Greater London

Ministry of Works1945-07-19

Historic England

Historic England

The British Government set up the Utility Furniture Scheme in 1942. An advisory committee appointed the designer and craftsman Gordon Russell to oversee furniture production. The scheme was put in place to standardise the design and materials of new furniture during the Second World War.

Historic England Archive P/H00050/006

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  • Title: Utility Furniture in the best bedroom of a prefabricated US House in the grounds of the Tate Gallery, Bulinga Street, Millbank, City of Westminster, Greater London
  • Creator: Ministry of Works
  • Date Created: 1945-07-19
  • Rights: Copyright Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive
  • Medium: Photographic film negative

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